Four Tips for Sustaining PBIS

Four key tips that our research identified as most important to sustaining PBIS and 4 checks to see if you have them in place.

Stacy Robarge
over 1 year agoJune 21, 2017
Good to know that PBIS is working.  We will share this video with our PBIS Team when school begins in the fall.
George Sugai
over 1 year agoJuly 14, 2017
High quality summary of your search, Kent and team!
Concise, understandable, and doable.
Lorna Hepburn
over 1 year agoAugust 3, 2017
Thanks for sharing this important research - much appreciated by schools in Australia.
Connie Q. Santiago
over 1 year agoAugust 9, 2017
Thank you for sharing research outcomes/tips to sustaining PBIS.  Will share with our Guam teams.
Anonymous
over 1 year agoAugust 24, 2017

Dori Barnett
over 1 year agoSeptember 8, 2017
Excellent, concise video on Sustaining PBIS!  Plan to use this at our first Sustainability Series meeting!
C. Little
about 1 year agoSeptember 21, 2017
This is a great way to get more staff members involved in PBIS. Great Resource.
LeiLani Scott
about 1 year agoDecember 13, 2017
04:16:24
Love it!  Great tips to support sustained implementation of PBIS!
Lou Sandler, PhD, BCBA - D
10 months agoFebruary 20, 2018
These 'four tips' are relevant and important. But they also really don't represent anything new or novel with regards to what we've known for a while about the effective implementation PBIS. 

What else did the referenced research identify towards more effective/consistent implementation and 'Fit' of PBIS practices in and across schools? All schools, of course, are not the same! 

How about those schools where a percentage of staff/faculty really aren't on board and/or when the classroom implementation component is inconsistent (and, often, misunderstood)? 

How about schools that don't fit the more traditional PBIS 'Triangle'  due to environmental/community variables, differential teacher training/priorities and/or a higher percentage of in-need students?

What about schools who may 'cherry pick' immediately preferred components out of the far more comprehensive PBIS system without fully recognizing the need for and value of an integrated and simultaneous implementation of the model? 

For instance, I've seen and/or been told by more than a few schools that they were going to first work on 'student behavior' without understanding that prioritized  attention to school 'culture' starting with faculty/staff and student interaction combined with aligned classroom PBIS implementation/instruction are together the first most effective ways to 'work on behavior.'
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